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Compensation call as thousands suffer BT broadband delays
Over a six month period 20 per cent of repairs to phone and broadband services for families and small businesses were not carried out on time and six per cent of installations were delayed, according to Openreach figures obtained by Citizens Advice.
Plans to legally separate BT from its Openreach arm to improve broadband provision in UK could be blocked by Brussels
Singtel fibre broadband services disrupted
The Straits Times
Singtel fibre broadband users were unable to access the Internet for more than 12 hours after a service outage. The problem started at about 8.45am yesterday, and remained unresolved at 11pm. In a statement issued at about 8pm, the telco said its ...
Singtel fibre broadband service partially restored; mobile data fee waived
Good news at 1.30am: About 20% of Singtel fibre broadband service restored
Singtel fibre broadband problems persists
Does the National Broadband Network work? - The Australian
Its a huge drain on the nations finances and a source of political division and grandstanding. But Australias National Broadband Network is starting to pay ...
Why your gigabit broadband lags like hell – blame Intel's chipset
Intel's Puma 6 chipset, used in gigabit broadband modems around the world, suffers from latency jitter so bad it ruins online gaming and other real-time connections. The semiconductor giant is preparing a firmware update to correct spikes of lag and ...
Energy dollars would fund broadband vouchers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The broadband vouchers have come under criticism from energy-efficiency advocates as well as from the company that runs Wisconsin's Focus on Energy program, which helps utility customers save energy through discounts on LED light bulbs and ...
Mirai botnet attacks 900000 German broadband routers
Hundreds of thousands of Deutsche Telekom broadband customers in Germany have been attacked by the Mirai malware, crashing their routers and degrading internet connections. The telco said as many as 900,000, or about 4.5 percent of its 20 million ...
One million broadband offline in Germany; 'external influence' blamed
Mirai may have knocked nearly a million German broadband users offline
Telekom to promote broadband cooperation
Thousands of Brits unable to access internet after TalkTalk and Post Office broadband hit by same cyber attack - Mirror.co.uk
Thousands of Brits unable to access internet after TalkTalk and Post Office broadband hit by same cyber attack
Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers have been left without an internet connection following a cyber attack designed to disrupt their service. The attack used a piece of malware known as the Mirai worm, which is spread via ...
TalkTalk and Post Office broadband cyber-attack kicks nearly 500k users off internet
Mirai botnet hits Post Office Broadband and Kcom customers
TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers plunged into internet blackout after hacker target routers
Wolverton: FCC late in scrutinizing broadband data schemes
Consumers and their advocates have long warned that broadband providers are thwarting competition by giving preferential treatment to their own streaming ...
TV apps are breaking down into a confusing mess
A blow against net neutrality: AT&T's DirecTV Now service could trigger a sponsored-data arms race
National Broadband Network documents seized in Parliament House raids to remain under seal - The Sydney Morning Herald
National Broadband Network documents seized in Parliament House raids to remain under seal
The Sydney Morning Herald
The House of Representatives Privileges and Members' Interests Committee on Monday handed down a report, which found the documents relating to leaks from the National Broadband Network are protected by parliamentary privilege.
Taxpayer-Free Economic Stimulus, Broadband Investment And Jobs
The FCC's recent regulations will dramatically increase operating costs for Internet Service Providers.
AT&T and Other Carriers Opt Out of Low-Income Internet Subsidy
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